American Gods

Bryan Fuller, Michael Green

It’s enthralling but what makes American Gods irresistible is it serves up something many series lack: Truth. A truth so fearlessly real it grabs you by the shirt and pulls you into the screen.



Ben Wheatley

If Martin Scorsese midwifed Tarantino and Guy Ritchie’s cinematic love child.


The Handmaid's Tale

Reed Morano, Mike Barker, Floria Sigismondi

The Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopia that lets us see how small our individual lives become under these kinds of totalitarian regimes.


The Fate of the Furious

F. Gary Gray

Eight chapters into the Fast and Furious franchise and the first question isn’t whether or not the latest movie is good. You’ve already made your decision—probably long before Fast Five. At this point it’s not about how many stars or tomatoes we throw at this thing. What matters most is one question:


T2 Trainspotting

Danny Boyle

You’re still high, but don’t go home yet, because these four screw-ups will make you do the timewarp again.


Saban's Power Rangers

Dean Israelite

What if the Breakfast Club got superpowers from Walter White.


Song to Song

Terrence Malick

Song To Song purports to be about two couples whose lives are intertwined by both their relationships to each other and their involvement in the music business.


Beauty and the Beast

Bill Condon

A snobby, hairy man captures a sexy bibliophile. Anthropomorphic silverware and furniture convince her to stay in the castle until her captor figures out how to talk to women.


The Girl with All the Gifts

Colm McCarthy

A great twist on the zombie genre with strong, well developed female characters—and in this one the kids rule!


Into The Badlands

Alfred Gough, Miles Millar

If you’re a high octane martial arts movie fan, the Badlands are exactly where you want to be.